aduki bean

aduki bean UK [əˈduːki ˌbiːn] US [əˈduki ˌbin] noun [countable] [singular aduki bean plural aduki beans]
a small dark red bean
Thesaurus: beans, lentils and peashyponym types of food or drinkhypernym

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  • aduki bean — UK [əˈduːkɪ ˌbiːn] / US [əˈdukɪ ˌbɪn] noun [countable] Word forms aduki bean : singular aduki bean plural aduki beans a small dark red bean …   English dictionary

  • aduki bean — noun A variant spelling of azuki bean …   Wiktionary

  • aduki bean — noun (C) a brown and red bean that is used in Chinese and Japanese cooking …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • adzuki bean — UK [ædˈzuːkɪ ˌbiːn] / US [ædˈzukɪ ˌbɪn] noun [countable] Word forms adzuki bean : singular adzuki bean plural adzuki beans an aduki bean …   English dictionary

  • Azuki bean — Taxobox name = Azuki bean image width = 240px image caption = Azuki beans regnum = Plantae divisio = Magnoliophyta classis = Magnoliopsida ordo = Fabales familia = Fabaceae subfamilia = Faboideae tribus = Phaseoleae genus = Vigna species = V.… …   Wikipedia

  • adzuki bean — /ad zooh kee/ 1. a bushy plant, Vigna (Phaseolus) angularis, widely cultivated in Asia. 2. the edible bean of this plant, from which a flour is made. Also, adsuki bean. [ < Japn azuki, earlier aduki] * * * …   Universalium

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  • adzuki — [əd zu:ki] (also aduki) noun (plural adzukis) 1》 a small, round dark red edible bean. 2》 the bushy Asian plant which produces adzuki beans. [Vigna angularis.] Origin C18: from Japanese azuki …   English new terms dictionary

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